Mandatory Quoting of Aadhaar For PAN Applications & Filing Return of Income
Consular camp at Shenzhen to be held on last Saturday of every month
Events organised by Consulate General of India, Guangzhou
On the occasion of the 68th Republic Day of India, the Consulate General of India in Guangzhou will be organizing a flag-hoisting ceremony on Thursday, 26th January, 2017 at 0900 hrs. at the residence of the Consul General.
The Ministry of Tourism has introduced a 24x7 Toll Free Multi-Lingual Tourist Help Line to facilitate visits of foreign tourist visiting India.
International Day of Yoga
The 2nd International Day of India (IDY) in Southern China was celebrated in five cities jointly organized by the Consulate General of India, Guangzhou with the local Municipality governments and other Yoga Institutes.
Advisory for Indian Nationals travelling to Hong Kong
With effect from January 23, 2017, the Immigration Department of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Government has made Pre-Arrival Registration a compulsory requirement for all Indian nationals who intend to visit Hong Kong visa-free for 14 days.
The online platform for pre-arrival registration has been opened on December 19, 2016. Please visit http://www.immd.gov.hk/eng/services/visas/pre-arrival_registration_for_indian_nationals.html for further details on Pre-Arrival Registration for Indian nationals. Please also refer to the Guidance Notes issued by the HKSAR Immigration Department at http://www.immd.gov.hk/eng/forms/forms/id-e-1023.html before submitting your applications.
After filling the online application form at the website www.gov.hk/en/apps/immdindianparreg.htm and successfully registering, applicants should get a printout of the Notification Slip for Pre-Arrival Registration thus generated. This slip should be presented along with its linked passport at all modes of transport (aircraft, ship, vehicle etc) bound for Hong Kong and upon arrival for immigration clearance.
Indian passports holders without the Pre-Arrival Registration Slip, except those belonging to any of the exempted categories, would not be allowed to board a conveyance bound for Hong Kong.
A Pre-Arrival Registration is normally valid for a six month period or until the expiry date of the Indian passport linked to it, whichever is earlier.
Kindly also note that an Indian national coming to HKSAR for a stay exceeding 14 days or for a purpose other than visit (e.g. for employment, study, or to take up residence in HKSAR) must apply to the Immigration Department for an appropriate visa.